Posts Tagged ‘mbrace’

Challenges with Telematics Adoption

We’ve previously discussed some issues with the telematics business case and while its clear to many that the market is there someone does have to make the numbers work before any feature can be broadly adopted. On Telematics Update, Andrew Tolve highlights that CES this year marked the first time OEMs were perceived to be […]

Telematics – Searching For the Business Case

Over at John Day’s Automotive Electronics News Ralf Hug does a nice job discussing some of the challenges of justifying and launching telematics services in major OEMs.  In any organization the business case needs to be developed for any project and although most major OEMs are offering some level of telematics services there are still […]

Spotlight: Mercedes mbrace Telematics System

mBrace is Mercedes-Benz’s replacement for their Tele Aid telematics system.  Based on a Hughes Telematics’ system mbrace will provide the standard telematics features (ACN, SVN, Remote Door Unlock, etc) as well as the ability for users to download applications to their car and/or smartphone to interact with their vehicles, what Mercedes is calling ‘connected services.’   […]

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